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The reign of the Gajapatis is considered as the golden period for Odisha's art and literature. Kapilendra Deva patronized Odia language and literature along with Sanskrit unlike his predecessors who used only Sanskrit as their lingua franca.
Though he wrote many poems and epics, he is best remembered for the Mahabharata. His other most known works are Chandi Purana and the Vilanka Ramayana. He also composed the Lakshmi-Narayana Bachanika. He is also the author of another kavya called Kalpalata. Five Odia poets emerged during the late 15th and early 16th centuries: Although they wrote over a span of one hundred years they are collectively known as the "Panchasakhas", since they adhered to the same school of thought, Utkaliya Vaishnavism.
The word "pancha" means five and the word "sakha", friend. The Panchasakhas were Vaishnavas by thought. In , Shri Chaitanya came to Odisha with his Vaishnava message of love. Before him, Jaydev had prepared the ground for Vaishnavism through his Gita Govinda.
Chaitanya's path of devotion was known as Raganuga Bhakti Marga. The Panchasakhas were significant not only because of their poetry but also for their spiritual legacy.
In the holy land of Kalinga Odisha several saints, mystics, and devotional souls have been born throughout history, fortifying its culture and spiritualism. Several rituals and traditions have been extensively practised here by various seers - including Buddhist ceremonies, Devi "Tantra" tantric rituals for Shakti , Shaiva Marg and Vaishnava Marg.
There is an interesting description of the origin of the Panchasakhas, in Achyutananda's Shunya Samhita. Thus, believers in the Panchasakha consider them the most intimate friends of Lord Krishna in Dwapara-yuga, who came again in Kali-yuga to serve him.
His Lakshmi Purana is considered the first manifesto of women's liberation or feminism in Indian literature. The most influential work of this period was however Atibadi Jagannath Das 's Bhagabata , which had a great influence on the Odia people as a day-to-day philosophical guide, as well as a lasting one in Odia culture. Shishu Ananta Das was born in Balipatana near Bhubaneswar in the late 15th century. Mahapurusha Achyutananda is considered the most prolific writer of the Panchasakhas.
He is believed to be born through special divine intervention from Lord Jagannath.
The name Achyuta literally means "created from Lord Vishnu". He is also referred to as "Achyuti", i. He established spiritual energetic centers called "gadis" all over east India in the former states of Anga, Banga, Kalinga, Magadha and Nepal.
Yasovanta knows the things beyond reach Yantras uses lines and figures known to Ananta Achyuta speaks the past, present and future. During the Panchasakha era another seer Raghu Arakhsita, who was not part of the Panchasakhas but was a revered saint, composed several Padabalis in Odia. Madhavi Pattanayak or Madhavi Dasi is considered as the first Odia woman poet who was a contemporary of Prataprudra Deva and wrote several devotional poetries for Lord Jagannatha.
Several Kaalpanika imaginative and Pauraanika Puranic Kavyas were composed during this period that formed the foundation for Riti Juga. Several Chautishas a form of Odia poetry where 34 stanzas from "ka" to "Khsya" are placed at the starting of each composition were composed during this time. Muslim poet Salabega was one of the foremost devotional poets of this era who composed several poems dedicated to Lord Jagannath during Jahangir's reign in the 17th century.
A new form of novels in verse evolved at the beginning of the 17th century when Ramachandra Pattanayaka wrote Haravali. The prominent poets of the period, however, are Dhananjaya Bhanja born AD , Dinakrushna Das born AD and Abhimanyu Samantasinhara. Their poetry, especially that of Upendra Bhanja, is characterised by verbal tricks, obscenity and eroticism. He was conferred with the title "Kabi Samrat" of Odia literature for his aesthetic poetic sense and skill with words. He wrote 52 books out of which only are available.
He alone contributed more than words to Odia literature and is considered the greatest poet of Riti Juga. Dhananjaya Bhanja ,  a poet of repute, king of Ghumusar and grandfather of Upendra Bhanja, wrote several kavyas like Anangarekha, Ichaavati, Raghunatha Bilasa, Madana Manjari etc.
Bidagdha Chintamani is considered the longest Kavya in Odia literature with 96 cantos exceeding that of Upendra's longest kavya of 52 cantos. A new form of poetry called " Bandha kabita " also started during this time where the poet wrote the poem within the bandha or frame of a picture drawn by him. Upendra Bhanja was the pioneer in this form of pictorial poetry. His Chitrakavya Bandhodaya is the first such creation containing 84 pictorial poems.
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Towards the end of Riti Yuga, four major poets emerged and enriched Odia literature through their highly lyrical creations. Kabisurya Baladev Rath wrote his poems in champu mixture of prose and poetry and chautisha style of poetry.
His greatest work is Kishore Chandranana Champu which is a landmark creation extensively used in Odissi Music. His Chatur Binoda Amusement of Intelligent seems to be the first work that deals with different kinds of rasas, predominantly the bibhatsa rasa, but often verges on nonsense.
The style of " Chitra Kavya " mixture of poetry and paintings was at its best in the 18th century. Several chitra pothis can be traced to this time. Bichitra Ramayana of Biswanaath Khuntia is one of the most celebrated works of this period composed in the early 18th century. Pitambar Das wrote the epic Narasingha Purana consisting of seven parts called Ratnakaras in the 18th century. Bhima Bhoi, the blind poet born in a tribal Khondh family is known for his lucid and humanistic compositions like Stuticintamani , Bramha Nirupana Gita , Shrutinishedha Gita etc.
The first printing of the Odia language was done in by Christian missionaries, replacing palm leaf inscription and revolutionising Odia literature. After this time books were printed and journals and periodicals became available in Odia. The first Odia magazine, Bodha Dayini was published in Balasore in Its goal was to promote Odia literature and draw attention to lapses in government policy.
The Utkal Deepika campaigned to bring all Odia-speaking areas together under one administration, to develop the Odia language and literature and to protect Odia interests. In the last three and a half decades of the 19th century, a number of newspapers were published in Odia. The success of these papers indicated the desire and determination of the people of Odisha to uphold their right to freedom of expression and freedom of the press, with the ultimate aim of freedom from British rule.
These periodicals performed another vital function, in that they encouraged modern literature and offered a broad reading base for Odia-language writers. Intellectuals who came into contact with Odia literature through the papers were also influenced by their availability. Radhanath Ray — is the most well-known poet of this period. He wrote with a Western influence, and his kavyas long poems included Chandrabhaga, Nandikeshwari, Usha, Mahajatra, Darbar and Chilika. Fakir Mohan Senapati — , the most known Odia fiction writer, was also of this generation.
He was considered the Vyasakabi or founding poet of the Odia language. Senapati was born raised in the coastal town of Balasore, and worked as a government administrator. Enraged by the attempts of the Bengalis to marginalize or replace the Odia language , he took to creative writing late in life.
Though he also did translations from Sanskrit, wrote poetry and attempted many forms of literature, he is now known primarily as the father of modern Odia prose fiction.
His Rebati is widely recognized as the first Odia short story. Rebati is the story of a young innocent girl whose desire for education is placed in the context of a conservative society in a backward Odisha village, which is hit by the killer cholera epidemic. Senapati is also known for his novel Chha Maana Atha Guntha.
This was the first Indian novel to deal with the exploitation of landless peasants by a feudal lord. It was written well before the October revolution in Russia and emerging of Marxist ideas in India. During the Age of Radhanath the literary world was divided between the classicists, led by the magazine The Indradhanu , and the modernists, led by the magazine The Bijuli. Gopabandhu Das — was a great balancer and realized that a nation, as well as its literature, lives by its traditions.
He believed that a modern national superstructure could only endure if based on solid historical foundations. He wrote a satirical poem in The Indradhanu , which led to punishment by the Inspector of Schools, but he refused to apologise.
Gopabandhu joined Ravenshaw College in Cuttack to pursue graduation after this incident. He started the Kartavya Bodhini Samiti Duty Awakening Society in college to encourage his friends to take on social, economic and political problems and become responsible citizens. While leading a team to serve flood victims, Gopabandhu heard that his son was seriously ill. He preferred, however, to save the "sons of the soil" rather than his son.
His mission was to reform society and develop education in the name of a social service vision. He lost his wife at age twenty-eight, and had already lost all three of his sons by this time. He left his two daughters and his property in the village with his elder brother, rejecting worldly life.
For this social service mission he is regarded by Odias as the Utkalmani. As freedom movements began, a new era in literary thought emerged influenced by Gandhi and the trend of nationalism. Gopabandhu was a large part of this idealistic movement, founding a school in Satyabadi and influencing many writers of the period. They are known as 'Panchasakhas' for their similarities with the historical Age of Panchasakhas.
Their principle genres were criticism, essays and poetry. Chintamani Das is particularly renowned. Born in in Sriramachandrapur village near Sakhigopal, he was bestowed with the Sahitya Akademi Samman in for his invaluable contribution to Odia literature. Nabajuga Sahitya Sansad formed in was one of the first progressive literary organizations in India.
Adhuinka was conceived, initiated, edited, published and nurtured by Bhagabati Charan Panigrahi and Ananta Patnaik. Many writers of that time wrote in Adhunika. This was a very short period in Odia literature, later folded into Gandhian and Marxist work. Mayadhar Mansingh was a renowned poet of that time, but though he was considered a Romantic poet he kept his distance from the influence of Rabindranath.
The Purnachandra Odia Bhashakosha is a monumental 7-volume work of about 9, pages published between and It was a result of the vision and dedicated work of Gopal Chandra Praharaj — over nearly three decades. Praharaj not only conceived of and compiled the work, he also raised the finances to print it through public donations, grants and subscriptions and supervised the printing and the sales of the published work.
The Purnachandra Odia Bhashakosha is an Odia language dictionary that lists some , words and their meanings in four languages - Odia, English, Hindi and Bengali. It includes quotations from wide-ranging classical works illustrating the special usage of various words. It also contains specialised information such as botanical names of local plants, information on astronomy and long articles on various topics of local interest.
In addition, there are biographies of personalities connected with Odisha's history and culture. The Purnachandra Odia Bhashakosha is an encyclopedic work touching on various aspects of the Odia language and Odisha region, as well as many topics of general interest.
Its author Praharaj was a lawyer by profession and was ridiculed and reviled by many during production itself. Many printed copies were destroyed unbound and unsold. Many copies sat in libraries of the princes who had patronised the work and most of these copies were sold cheaply when the princes met financial ruin. There are few surviving copies, and those that exist are fragile and worm-damaged.
The work is regarded by the older generation, but not well known among younger Odias. As the successors of Sachi Routray, the father of modern poetry, two poets Guruprasad Mohanty and Bhanuji Rao were highly influenced by T. Eliot and published a co-authored poetry book Nutan Kabita. Ramakanta Rath later modified Eliot's ideas in his own work. According to Rath: He is born on 7th. He is the pioneer of"Groundism", that is"Matimanaskabad". The early 80s saw in Odia Literature a Group of poets with new thoughts and style who overshadowed the earlier generation.
These poets had their root in typical Odia soil. The rich heritage and culture with the feelings of commomen were depicted in their Odia poems. They were somehow more nearer to the readers as there were little ambiguity in their expression These contemporary poems were better than the so-called modern poems. Basanta Kishore Sahoo, Dr. This generation is the contemporary poet generation as critics say.
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Eminent scholar Prof. It is the second translation of the classic work in any Indian language after Bengali. His translation of four classic Greek plays is also a commendable work. In the post-independence era Odia fiction took a new direction.
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These authors pioneered the trend of developing or projecting the "individual as protagonist" in Odia fiction. There is some tension between the two Mohantys among critics.
Eminent feminist writer and critic Sarojini Sahoo believes that it is not Gopinath's story "Dan", but rather Surendra Mohanty's "Ruti O Chandra" that should be considered the first story of the individualistic approach.
This nihilism prepared the ground for the development an existentialist movement in Odia literature. Surendra Mohanty is a master of language, theme and concept. In his fiction Gopinath Mohanty explores all aspects of Odishan life, both in the plains and in the hills. He uses a unique prose style, lyrical in style, choosing worlds and phrases from the day-to-day speech of ordinary men and women.
He published 24 novels, 10 collections of short stories, three plays, two biographies, two volumes of critical essays and five books on the languages of Kandh, Gadaba and Saora tribes. The writer Kalpanakumari Devi 's sequence of novels, in particular, her Srushti o pralaya , documenting the social change in the country have been lauded.
Starting his literary career as a communist and later becoming an Aurobindian philosopher, Manoj Das proved himself as a successful bilingual writer in Odia and English. His major Odia works are: Notable English works include The crocodile's lady: Chandra Sekhar Rath's novel Jantrarudha is one of the renowned classics of this period. Shantanu Acharya's novel Nara-Kinnara was also influential. The trends started by the s and s were challenged by the young writers in the s.
This challenge began in the s with a small magazine Uan Neo Lu in Cuttack. The title of the magazine was made up of three of the Odia alphabets, which were not in use.
These writers were not as famous as some contemporaries, but they began a revolution in Odia fiction. They tried to break the monopoly of established writers, introducing sexuality in their work and creating a new prose style.
In the late s the Cuttack's in Odia Literature was broken when many "groups" of writers emerged from different parts of Odisha. The changes that started in the s were confirmed in the next decade. Kanheilal Das and Jagadish Mohanty began creating a new style and language popular among a general audience as well as intellectuals.
According to the tradition, Chodaganga created 24 families of Karanas to preserve the temple records. Of these, five were entrusted with the writing and preservation of the Madala Panji. They dictate the days on which festivals are to be held. Sometimes, they lay down different dates for particular festivals. For the Durga Puja in , two different sets of dates came through. Some community pujas followed the Gupta Press Panjika, because of its popularity.
Belur Math adhered to Bisuddhasiddhanta Panjika. It was Swami Vijnanananda who became Math president in —38 , an astrologer, who decided that Ramakrishna Mission would follow this almanac as it was more scientific. While Gupta Press Panjika follows 16th century Raghunandan 's work Ashtabingshatitatwa based on the 1,year-old astronomical treatise, Suryasiddhanta.
Bisuddhasiddhanta Panjika is based on an amendment of the planetary positions given in Suryasiddhanta. It did analyse time but the calculations were not always very accurate. Suryasiddhanta , produced in that era, was the forerunner of all later day panjikas. The printed version came in Bisuddhasiddhanta Panjika was first published in He revised the panjika as per scientific readings.
There were other people in different parts of India who also supported the approach for scientific revision of the panjika. Transformation has been staple food for the panjika.The rich heritage and culture with the feelings of commomen were depicted in their Odia poems. In addition, there are biographies of personalities connected with Odisha's history and culture. Five Odia poets emerged during the late 15th and early 16th centuries: In the late s the Cuttack's in Odia Literature was broken when many "groups" of writers emerged from different parts of Odisha.
Here is our all new Odia Panjika. Notable English works include The crocodile's lady: Weekday Mangala Tuesday. The first great poet of Odisha with widespread readership is the famous Sarala Das , who translated the Mahabharata into Odia.
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